These termly conferences are open to SENDCOs, Behaviour Support Leads, Headteachers and Deputy Headteachers from all Teaching Schools South West member schools.
A full agenda for this session will be posted here shortly.
Cost: FREE for Teaching Schools South West member schools.
For more information please contact: Mark Drew on email@example.com or 01392 927171
Please note: This session is being held online, via Zoom. A link to access the session will be sent to you after booking.
The morning session will provide local and national updates and address key issues of interest for English Subject Leaders.
The afternoon session will continue to explore current areas of focus including: moving vocabulary teaching forward, narrowing the gap and early reading.
Teachers will develop their English subject knowledge in line with whole-school priorities. An outline of the session will be provided when the focus is agreed at English Subject Leader meeting.
The session will look at:
- Exclusions processes
- The Governors’/Trustees' role in reviewing exclusions
- The role of the Governor in reviewing school practice to maximise inclusion.
These meetings are a chance for subject leaders to keep abreast of current thinking in their subject and discuss initiatives with like-minded teachers. It aims to develop leadership skills, increase confidence in the teaching and learning of science with an emphasis on working scientifically and assessment. Future meetings are based on group needs.
RSHE - KS1/KS2
- Analysis of statutory elements
- Analysis of non-statutory elements
- Progression through RSHE
- Embedding Relationships Education within the current curriculum
- The strands of Relationships Education in KS1 and KS2.
This session is led by the KS2 Moderation Manager/ Lead and allows colleagues to discuss and refine their assessment judgements in writing by reviewing samples of writing from their own pupils and those of KS2 colleagues in other schools.
This twilight session will use the NCETM’s ‘Five Big Ideas to Develop Mastery’ to develop teachers’ understanding of the progression in division from Reception to year 6. Teachers will explore effective use of key models and images as well as key questions and structures to support pupils to develop arithmetic proficiency.
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